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Impact of Obstacles on the Degree of Mobile Ad Hoc Connection Graphs

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Impact of Obstacles on the Degree of Mobile Ad Hoc Connection Graphs
What is the impact of obstacles on the graphs of connections between stations in Mobile Ad hoc Networks? In order to answer, at least partially, this question, the first step is to define both an environment with obstacles and a mobility model for the stations in such an environment. The present paper focuses on a new way of considering the mobility within environments with obstacles, while keeping the core ideas of the well-known Random WayPoint mobility model (a.k.a RWP). Based on a mesh-partitioning of the space, we propose a new model called RSPO-G for which we compute the spatial distribution of stations and analyse how the presence of obstacles impacts this distribution compared to the distribution when no obstacles are present. Coupled with a simple model of radio propagation, and according to the density of stations in the environment, we study the mean degree of the connection graphs corresponding to such mobile ad hoc networks.
Cédric Gaël Aboue-Nze, Fréd&eac
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ICNS
Authors Cédric Gaël Aboue-Nze, Frédéric Guinand, Yoann Pigné
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